Mar 17, 2014

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oh god, the weird shit I have favorited over the years….

Hi Ed!

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Mar 17, 2014

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AHHHHH Jenn look what I found!

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Mar 10, 2014

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rewatched some Buffy the Vampire Slayer. UGH OZ WHY DID YOU HAVE TO LEAVE GO AWAY VERUCA

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Feb 27, 2014

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"To see things thousands of miles away, things hidden behind walls and within rooms, things dangerous to come to, to draw closer, to see and be amazed and to feel, that is the purpose of life"

"To see things thousands of miles away, things hidden behind walls and within rooms, things dangerous to come to, to draw closer, to see and be amazed and to feel, that is the purpose of life"

Feb 22, 2014

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Bought my plane ticket. Guess I’m going to Iceland, for reals.

Bought my plane ticket. Guess I’m going to Iceland, for reals.

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Feb 16, 2014

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The newest pics of Ziggy Pop!

Feb 14, 2014

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Feb 8, 2014

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New pictures of Ziggy Pop!

Feb 3, 2014

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This little dude will be coming home with us in April. Meet Ziggy Pop, our future french bulldog.

This little dude will be coming home with us in April. Meet Ziggy Pop, our future french bulldog.

Jan 20, 2014

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schomburgcenter:

“Madame C.J. Walker…with her niece Anjetta Breedlove, Alice Kelby and Lucy Flint, forewoman and secretary at the Madame C.J. Company.”
Madame C.J. Walker was born 146 years ago today on December 23, 1867. In 1906, Walker and her husband moved from Louisiana to Colorado, where she started making and marketing hair products for African-American women. Walker’s products included the “Wonderful Hair Grower” and the hot comb.  
Walker broke many new grounds during her lifetime. She became the first woman to sell products via mail order; the first woman to have her own beauty school, and the first to have chain of beauty parlors throughout the United States, South America, and the Caribbean. In 1914, Walker’s company grossed more than a million dollars. Not only was she the first African-American millionaire, Walker also became the first self-made female millionaire. For more information on Madame C.J. Walker and her legacy, visit Digital Schomburg. 
Photo Credit: NYPL Digital Collection 

Who wouldn’t want to get in a car with these ladies??
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beatonna:

schomburgcenter:

Madame C.J. Walker…with her niece Anjetta Breedlove, Alice Kelby and Lucy Flint, forewoman and secretary at the Madame C.J. Company.”

Madame C.J. Walker was born 146 years ago today on December 23, 1867. In 1906, Walker and her husband moved from Louisiana to Colorado, where she started making and marketing hair products for African-American women. Walker’s products included the “Wonderful Hair Grower” and the hot comb.  

Walker broke many new grounds during her lifetime. She became the first woman to sell products via mail order; the first woman to have her own beauty school, and the first to have chain of beauty parlors throughout the United States, South America, and the Caribbean. In 1914, Walker’s company grossed more than a million dollars. Not only was she the first African-American millionaire, Walker also became the first self-made female millionaire. For more information on Madame C.J. Walker and her legacy, visit Digital Schomburg.

Photo Credit: NYPL Digital Collection 

Who wouldn’t want to get in a car with these ladies??

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